Fig[ure]. 1: 1967 Conceptualization of an Hormone-Sensitive Adenylyl Cyclase
The first of six figures that may have been meant to accompany the unpublished manuscript, "Signal Transduction: A Twenty
Year History of G-Proteins."
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Cells as "Programmable Messengers," 1981-1994
Signal Transduction: A Twenty Year History of G-Proteins [ca. 1990]
Fig[ure]. 2: 1969 Conceptualization of Adenylyl Cyclase System Stimulated by Multiple Hormones [ca. 1990]
Fig[ure]. 3: Early 1970 Representation of the Hormone Sensitive Adenylyl Cyclase As a System Formed of Three Functional Elements:
Discriminator, Transducer, and Amplifier [ca. 1990]
[Figure 4: Late 1970 Model of the Glucagon-Sensitive Liver Membrane Adenylyl Cyclase As an Information Transfer System] [ca.
Fig[ure]. 5: 1977 Model of Hormonal Stimulation of an Adenylyl Cyclase System [ca. 1990]
Fig[ure]. 6: 1984 Model of Adenylyl Cyclase System Susceptible to Both Stimulatory and Inhibitory Regulation [ca. 1990]